Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of Sunday Football action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055. (Also includes pictures and video from Commonedge Road, Blackpool).
Poulton SFC secure the last of this season's Gledhill Cup semi finals thanks to a 5-0 win against Teamsport 90 FC. Blackpool Catholic Club FC reach Round 2 of the Prem/Division 1 Cup thanks to win against Prem side FC Loco. In the Premier Division Quilligans FC made it thirteen straight league wins after beating Christ the King to stay top. Gardeners are still chasing hard and picked up three more points against Great Eccleston. It looks as though the top two places are now decided. Village Steel FC returned to action and beat Blackpool Motor Works 3-2 to go top of Division 1. Golden Eagle FC are second after they won 5-1 against C&G Electrical. 21st Century Windows FC came out on top in the Division 2 game of the day as they won 3-2 away at Boars Head FC in a highly entertaining fixture. The Stable Bar are also going well, they're in third after winning 3-1 away at the Squirrel. Division 3 leaders Xceptional Kitchens FC were without a game but their rivals maintained the pressure as FC Kingsfield and Number Four Celtic FC both recorded victories. Division 4 leaders Thatched FC were also without a game and they'll be pleased to see that rivals FC Newton and Blue Room FC played out an exciting 3-3 draw.
Action from pitch 7 at Commonedge Road where Bathroom Solutions FC were at home to the County FC (Red). As per usual, Bathroom were having the lion's share of offensive possession but couldn't make it count. In this video they were denied from a free kick due to the agility of the new slimline 'Tank' Sharples.
Gledhill Cup (Quarter Final)
Poulton SFC 5 – 0 Teamsport 90 FC
Bierkeller Premier/Division 1 Cup
FC Loco 2 – 3 Blackpool Catholic Club
Bloomfield Vets 2 – 1 Fleetwood Gym
Christ the King 1 – 4 Quilligans FC
Gardeners Arms 2 – 0 Great Eccleston
Mythop Leisure (Off) AFC Additions
Newton Arms 1 – 0 Spindles
Bathroom Solutions 0 – 2 The County
Golden Eagle 5 – 1 C&G Electrical
Highfield Social 2 – 5 Tower Lounge
Northern Care Colts 4 – 0 Uncle Tom's Cabin
Tangerine Tavern 3 – 1 Brun Grove
Village Steel 3 – 2 Blackpool Motor Works
Boars Head 2 – 3 21st Century Windows
CTK FC 4 – 4 Travel Village
Squirrel 1 – 3 Stable Bar
Burn Naze 2 – 2 AFC Wilo
Hansom Cab (Off) Clifton Rangers
Sun Inn 2 – 8 FC Rangers
FC Kingsfield 5 – 0 Bispham Hotel
Marshall Court Sandpiper 2 – 1 Marton Athletic
Number Four Celtic 7 – 1 Blue Spot Knee Clinic
Old England 2 – 3 Lane Ends
Berry's Beds 4 – 6 DH Gas FC
Excellent (UK) FC 3 – 2 DS Rovers
FC Newton 3 – 3 Blue Room
Fylde Coast Vets 1 – 8 Lane Ends Reserves
Philharmonic 1 – 3 Victoria Hospital
A big game at the top of Division 4 between Newton Arms FC and the Blue Room FC (Blue) – poor conditions for photo's this morning.
Put it away………..please
Another big game next door between Boars Head FC and the Wipers (21st Century Windows FC). A great match this one at the top of Division 2.
Over the dyke and it was Division 1 action between Bathroom Solutions FC and the County FC (Red). Mickey Evans goes close at the far post after the keeper flapped at it but the faintest deflection was enough to put Evans off.
And not long afterwards, the County broke upfield to take the lead through Rick Sear (9).
The Boars Head score but it was chalked off for offside.
Bloomfield Vets FC at home to Fleetwood Gym FC (Yellow)
'See it out!'
A good catch from the Window's keeper
Lane Ends FC away at Old England FC on pitch 1 at Commonedge. Old England in the luminous kit
Village Steel FC were also at Commonedge taking on Blackpool Motor Works FC (Purple).
Dave Bamber keeps his eye on the ball for Lane Ends
Jamie Fullalove (Old England FC) – when's the testimonial?
So cold on the Edge today that even the Grange Park lads were sporting girlie gloves
FC Rangers were happy at the interval 4-0 up away at the Sun Inn FC
Back to the Bathroom v County game
Sear beats the keeper but Paul Roberts kicks it off the line
Get the subs on! 'I'd have scored it' said Ben (Left)
A football in the groin for Big Ryan rightly causes huge hilarity on the Bathroom sideline
21st Century go close
The Boars Head FC score an equaliser to make it 2-2
The Blue Room FC make it 3-2 against Newton in off the post
Sportspy 2011 /12